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She has no idea what’s coming. Da-na da-na. #tortoise #cat #sophiethecat #owenthetortoise #intensethriller #turnaround

after the shock wears off, they’ll befriend each other and form an alliance against the evil forces of HUMANS that control the noms. That or a certain kitty is gonna get a nip on the behind hehehe

When Humom came home from her first chemo treatment on Monday, I was sure to be on my best support tortoise behavior.  

First, I examined the owie the doctors left on humom’s arm ( the doctors made easy to find by covering it in nom colored material). After examining it for any hidden noms the docs might have accidentally used, and making sure it looked secure, I decided it best to kiss it and make it better. 

I climbed around a bit to make sure nothing else needed an extra snuggle and noticed that humom looked pretty tired. I had also had a long day of basking and noming while she was gone, so I climbed up and nuzzled into her shoulder to take a nap. We had a good snuggle and nap till humom woke up and pointed that square thingie she types into all the time at us. It made a snappy noise that I usually hear during my pet star photo shoots. I tried to glare at it, but I was still pretty tired so it wasn’t my best side eye. Either way it was ok cause I think I made humom feel better and that’s what matters 🙂

When Humom came home from her first chemo treatment on Monday, I was sure to be on my best support tortoise behavior.  

First, I examined the owie the doctors left on humom’s arm ( the doctors made easy to find by covering it in nom colored material). After examining it for any hidden noms the docs might have accidentally used, and making sure it looked secure, I decided it best to kiss it and make it better. 

I climbed around a bit to make sure nothing else needed an extra snuggle and noticed that humom looked pretty tired. I had also had a long day of basking and noming while she was gone, so I climbed up and nuzzled into her shoulder to take a nap. We had a good snuggle and nap till humom woke up and pointed that square thingie she types into all the time at us. It made a snappy noise that I usually hear during my pet star photo shoots. I tried to glare at it, but I was still pretty tired so it wasn’t my best side eye. Either way it was ok cause I think I made humom feel better and that’s what matters 🙂

When Humom came home from her first chemo treatment on Monday, I was sure to be on my best support tortoise behavior.  

First, I examined the owie the doctors left on humom’s arm ( the doctors made easy to find by covering it in nom colored material). After examining it for any hidden noms the docs might have accidentally used, and making sure it looked secure, I decided it best to kiss it and make it better. 

I climbed around a bit to make sure nothing else needed an extra snuggle and noticed that humom looked pretty tired. I had also had a long day of basking and noming while she was gone, so I climbed up and nuzzled into her shoulder to take a nap. We had a good snuggle and nap till humom woke up and pointed that square thingie she types into all the time at us. It made a snappy noise that I usually hear during my pet star photo shoots. I tried to glare at it, but I was still pretty tired so it wasn’t my best side eye. Either way it was ok cause I think I made humom feel better and that’s what matters 🙂

When Humom came home from her first chemo treatment on Monday, I was sure to be on my best support tortoise behavior.  

First, I examined the owie the doctors left on humom’s arm ( the doctors made easy to find by covering it in nom colored material). After examining it for any hidden noms the docs might have accidentally used, and making sure it looked secure, I decided it best to kiss it and make it better. 

I climbed around a bit to make sure nothing else needed an extra snuggle and noticed that humom looked pretty tired. I had also had a long day of basking and noming while she was gone, so I climbed up and nuzzled into her shoulder to take a nap. We had a good snuggle and nap till humom woke up and pointed that square thingie she types into all the time at us. It made a snappy noise that I usually hear during my pet star photo shoots. I tried to glare at it, but I was still pretty tired so it wasn’t my best side eye. Either way it was ok cause I think I made humom feel better and that’s what matters 🙂

alyshmally:

Today we rescued this severely abused sulcata tortoise. He was dumped into my parents’ Christmas tree farm. If you can’t take care of your animals give them to a rescue operation. It is free and the animal can get help. Don’t let your pet continue suffer and don’t just dump it somewhere. This tortoise is from the Sahara desert, not a Christmas tree farm.
#tortoise #animalrescue #animalabuse

The faces of abandoned animals. Please don’t forget. Think before you acquire. these are living breathing creatures that deserve better, 

wafflesworld:

I heard on tv the other day that the grass is greener on the other side. This morning mom took us out to the clover patch but I decided to walk across the street (mom accompanied me) and check out the boulevard. There were so many noms there! Mom told me that this is where she usually comes to pick our food because there are so many weeds there. There were also dandies! I walked around until I ate every last one. The lesson learned is that sometimes it does pay to take a risk and go on an adventure. Even if it is just across the street.

Wow Waffles! you’re getting even wiser as you grow! that’s a very important lesson! I learned tried to take that to heart on my walk with human today. took a big nom of something and mom got mad! she took it away from me. She was trying to explain something about I shouldn’t eat things I don’t know what they are but I just looked at her till she stoped talking. She says my lesson should be “better safe than sorry” but I’m going with “if at first you don’t succeed, nom nom again” 

wafflesworld:

I heard on tv the other day that the grass is greener on the other side. This morning mom took us out to the clover patch but I decided to walk across the street (mom accompanied me) and check out the boulevard. There were so many noms there! Mom told me that this is where she usually comes to pick our food because there are so many weeds there. There were also dandies! I walked around until I ate every last one. The lesson learned is that sometimes it does pay to take a risk and go on an adventure. Even if it is just across the street.

Wow Waffles! you’re getting even wiser as you grow! that’s a very important lesson! I learned tried to take that to heart on my walk with human today. took a big nom of something and mom got mad! she took it away from me. She was trying to explain something about I shouldn’t eat things I don’t know what they are but I just looked at her till she stoped talking. She says my lesson should be “better safe than sorry” but I’m going with “if at first you don’t succeed, nom nom again” 

wafflesworld:

I heard on tv the other day that the grass is greener on the other side. This morning mom took us out to the clover patch but I decided to walk across the street (mom accompanied me) and check out the boulevard. There were so many noms there! Mom told me that this is where she usually comes to pick our food because there are so many weeds there. There were also dandies! I walked around until I ate every last one. The lesson learned is that sometimes it does pay to take a risk and go on an adventure. Even if it is just across the street.

Wow Waffles! you’re getting even wiser as you grow! that’s a very important lesson! I learned tried to take that to heart on my walk with human today. took a big nom of something and mom got mad! she took it away from me. She was trying to explain something about I shouldn’t eat things I don’t know what they are but I just looked at her till she stoped talking. She says my lesson should be “better safe than sorry” but I’m going with “if at first you don’t succeed, nom nom again” 

turtleconservancy:

These lovely ladies show off some of Myanmar’s most beautiful residents. Burmese Star Tortoises (Geochelone platynota) are listed as Critically Endangered and have become ecologically extinct in the wild. The Turtle Conservancy breeds more of these amazing animals than anyone else in the United States.